1996, Vol. 68, Issue 6
- 20th International Symposium on Macrocyclic Chemistry, Jerusalem, Israel, 2–7 July 1995
- 3rd International Symposium on Bioorganic Chemistry, Dagom, Russia, 17–23 September 1995
20th International Symposium on Macrocyclic Chemistry, Jerusalem, Israel, 2–7 July 1995
This conference is part of the Macrocyclic Chemistry series.
The picrate anion as a versatile chelating counter-ion for the complexation of alkali and alkaline earth metal cations with ionophores: The 'picrate effect'
Conformation of cyclic peptides. Principle concepts and the design of selectivity and superactivity in bioactive sequences by 'spatial screening'
Molecular design of sugar recognition systems by sugar-diboronic acid macro cyclization
New synthetic receptors based on calixarenes for the selective recognition of ions and neutral molecules
Selectivity in the binding and detection of charge diffuse ions
Molecular recognition of stable metal complexes through second-sphere coordination by macrocycles
New cage and linked macrocyclic systems for metal ion and small molecule binding
Accomplishment of difficult chemical separations using solid phase extraction
Biomimetic iron(III) trishydroxamate complexes and triple stranded diferric helices
Synthesis and reactions of large-ring spiro-dienone calixarene derivatives
The use of mass spectrometry to assess complexation phenomena in receptor compounds
Synthesis of supramolecular structures via combination of calixarenes with other medium-sized building blocks
3rd International Symposium on Bioorganic Chemistry, Dagom, Russia, 17–23 September 1995
This conference is part of the Bioorganic Chemistry series.
Three-dimensional structures of steroids and their protein targets
Peptidomimetic building blocks for drug discovery: An overview
Novel biotransformations on peracylated polyphenolics by immobilized lipases in microemulsion-based gels and on carbohydrates by Candida antartica lipase
Modified oligonucleotides as a tool for DNA sequencing, fingerprinting and mapping
A new approach to enhancing the efficiency and specificity of interaction in duplexes by the use of tandem structure
Refined NMR solution structures of proteins using homo- and heteronuclear couplings, relaxation time measurements and relaxation matrix analysis
Total synthesis and chemical design of useful glycosidase inhibitors